Joe Wadsack’s Pink Rock Collins..

Happy mid week, I hope your week is going good so far!?

You may have seen my non-lemonade guest post recipe in yesterday’s post, Watermelon lemonade?

Are you a fan of Gin? Raspberries or both?

Well, today I have something a little different, an alcoholic with raspberries and pink lemonade recipe to share with you.

One with Gin in it. Perfect for your adult only Summer parties. Simply double, treble etc the ingredients to make more.

Fancy trying out this fun and a yummy pink cocktail?

Rock it out with this recipe for rocking Collins by drinks expert Joe Wadsack.

Joe Wadsack’s Pink Rock Collins:

Serves: 1

Preparation time: 10 mins

What You Need:

  • Three fresh raspberries
  • 25ml or 50ml London Gin (the choice is yours)
  • Plenty of ice
  • Rocks Pink Lemonade
  • 1 lemon

What You Do:

  1. Take one tumbler or hi-ball glass and three fresh raspberries in the bottom muddle (give it a light bash with a muddling stock or the end of a rolling pin), then add 25ml or 50ml of London Gin depending on preference.
  2. Add ice almost to the top then pour Rocks Pink Lemonade to the top.
  3. Stir through, dragging the muddled fruit to the top. Garnish with a flamed lemon rind (hold piece of rind over hob to burn it slightly and release its oils), or just a wedge of lemon squeezed over the top, rind side down, to release the lemon oils onto the surface of the drink.

*Recipe and Recipe photo by Rocks Organic*

*No Payment was received*

Fancy making this Joe Wadsack’s Pink Rock Collins recipe?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Perfect to serve up at your Summer bbq’s, don’t you think?

Enjoy the rest of the week and do not forget to stop by later for my healthy fruit cocktail recipe!!

Claire Justine

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  1. Margarett Murphy
    27th April 2016 / 4:51 pm

    Looks tasty!

    • Clairejustine oxox
      28th April 2016 / 5:32 am

      Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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